How to Become a Notary Public

A notary is a public official appointed by the state of his/her residence to authenticate and witness signatures on various legal documents such as wills, vehicle title transfers, contracts of real estate or bills of sale. To authenticate signatures, the notaries must affix their seal or stamp on the document that is meant to be notarized. They should also enter all notary activities in a log with the date of the notarization act, the name of the person whose signature they notarized, the purpose of notarization, and the location of the notarization act. To become a notary, a person needs to apply to their state. Following are the steps that need to be taken to become a notary public:

How To Succeed as a Mobile Notary

Working as a mobile notary of public is a fun and rewarding profession that gives you the opportunity to meet and help new people on a daily basis. Unlike other careers that force workers to perform the same monotonous tasks over and over, each day is different in the field of mobile notary. Of course, this is just one of the reasons why so many people take an interest in this profession.

Common Notary Mistakes to Avoid

From an outsider’s perspective, the job of a notary public may seem simple enough; the notary witnesses and authenticates various documents as a safety measure to prevent fraud. The notary observes the signature taking place, checks the signer’s identify, and then stamps his or her seal on the document. But there are some common mistakes made by notaries that places the document at risk for being invalid.

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